One may well wonder about who is the Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication in St. Maarten: Ted Richardson or Romain Laville? Yesterday Laville hosted an “urgent” press conference at the parliament building abou
It’s the middle of the night, when I am suddenly awakened from my sleep by the ringing of my phone. As usual when I am on call, I immediately pick up the phone. I am informed that I should drive to an address to investigate a case of ill-treatment.
A year ago, National Alliance leader William Marlin expressed his thoughts about electoral reform during a broadcast of Lloyd Richardson’s Voice of the People radio program. Since that day in December, a lot has been said about electoral reform but
St. Maarten – Representatives of the police force met with stakeholders to discuss the busy holiday season and the arrival of eight cruise ships in port tomorrow. St. Maarten will receive around 30,000 visitors from these cruise liners. The poli
GREAT BAY – Sint Maarten is about to embark on a sister city-relationship with Newark in New Jersey, independent MP Romain Laville announced yesterday at a press conference in the parliament building with Tourism and Economic Affairs Minister Ted R
St. Maarten –Windward Islands Airways (Winair) made three inaugural flights on Sunday – to Tortola, Curacao, and Anguilla. The fourth route the airline has added to its schedule is the Dominican Republic. The Santo Domingo inaugural flight was se
St. Maarten / Curacao – Telecom provider UTS remains in financial dire straits and the pressure increased just before the weekend when the MCB bank decided to put a 95 million loan to the company on hold until the restructuring plans have yielded t